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CIS. BCLLEK'S MISSION DLS-
r CUSSED IS TOE COMJIOJiS.
Speeches bj Lord Randolph tlinrch.
Ill and Mr. RnweU-Ulcks-Beach'ii
Explanation.
Loseos, August 26. Thomas Bex
on, rarnellite, pave notice to the
House of Oommona this evening of
his intention to move the following
amendment to tho addrm in reply t3
the Queen's apeoch: "We humbly
represent to your Mirjeaty that the
circtimtanca. accountable ior the re
cent rhu in Belfast dictate the neces
eitv fjr special measures to maintain
order there, the most nrsout of these
nieifurf8 being the re-establish aunt
cf vour Mnjtsty's authority in the
district, wbererom the police have
b.en expelled, by tho increaee of the
loral constabulary to tuch a'rength aa
will enable It ti dial with any proba
ble ontinnency."
.Sir Michael Hicka-Beach, Chief Sec
retary for Ireland, replying to Mr. E1
narJ C. Knfsell, who yesterday gave
notice of hia intention to move today
the adjournment of the House for the
purpose of ascertaining if the govern
ment's object in Bending Gen. bir R ad
vent Buller to Ireland wai to establish
martial law, declared that the General
was net aent to Ireland to establish
' martial law nor to strain the ordinary
law, but merely to assist the civil au
thorities in the work of preserving
SJciil order.
This reply was not deemed satisfac
tory by the opposition and Mr. Kuaaell
moved the adjournment of the liouse.
The whole opposition, consisting o(
all the Gladstonian and Parnelllle
members, are up in support of the mo
tion, ana Mr. Rutaell proceeded to
contend that the policy of the govern
ment wis ta degrade Ireland to tbe
level ot a savage and barbirous coun
try.
Gen. Buller was known only as a
military man. His appointment would
not conduce to peace in Ireland. lie
(Russell) lamented tbe condition of
Kerrv. Such a condition existed only
in ill governed countries. Cheers.
The government ought not to ne band
ed over to the organized military, but
the meet ought to be done to reorgan
ize the civil authority. Gen. Buller
was chosen because be was a soldier.
Tbe government doubtless thought
that tbe work they would have to do
would be s ddiera' work. Oppos tion
cheers. lie hoped the nssult ould
net be similar to that of Clifford
Lloyd's eflorts. It had been predict
ed that Gen. Buller would treat the
moonlighters like rebels. Conserva
tive cheers. I Those cheers were sig
nificant. If tbe predictions should
prove true, it would establish the doc
trine of constructive treason by cre
ating a daugnroua precedent lie ap
pealed to the opposition to support
the mo'ion, which was Intended to
prevent a subversion of tho constita
t.oa of the country, pie govern
ment's action wai tenrational and op
posed to all ideas of good statesman
ship. Tne introduction of military
law was always regarded as a degrada
tion of the civil law. To put into the
bands of the military the ii'lministra
of justice meant a danger to the coun
try fraught with mischief.
'Lord Churchill said that Mr. Rus
sell had made an earnest and exhaust
ive speech. He(Kus'ell) had strong
opinions and used strong language,
Jfe had warned them that the nppoint
of Bit Itodvei Buller would Imp ill
civil and religious liberty, the freedom
of the press and the administration of
justice, and would caute a cnrlnjra
tion ovtr the whole of Ireland.
Laughter. (Supposing that Mr. Kin
. sell's motion wan carried, what would
be tbe effect ? Why, absolntsly noth
ing. The liouse would adjourn and a
day be lost, and when ttie members
Met again ttsn. Buller would be on
his way to Kerry. Laughter. K
' Mr. Russell wished to raise a question
he should have moved an amendment
to the address, if, then, ths amend
ment had been carried, it would have
put an end to Gen. Bailer's minion
and would have aleo ended the present
government, which was mote to Mr.
Kutstli's purpose. Conservative
cheers. That would nave been a
rational, sensible course. Continuing,
the speaker eald that Mr. Rusell ob
jected to Gen. Buller became the lat
ter was a soldier, implying that he
(Buller) would treU the IriBU like
aavagss: but only six months ago Mr.
Childress made a soldier on tbe active
lut namely, Sir Charles Warrort All
a civil position, not over swe gs, but
presumably over the civilized inhabi
tants of London. Cheers.
Mr. Sexton (interposing) Did they
. make S r Charles Warren a magistrate ?
Lord Randolph Churchill I am in-
; formed that he is intrusted with the
duties of a magistrate. .Cries of
"Nol"l G;u. Buller has been at
pointed bcau&e the government be
lieves that there has been a failure of
energy on the pait of the constabu
lary and police in detecting crime in
Kerry. In a timilar way the late gov
ernment appointed- Sir Charles war
ren, althougu he had relatione with
foreien trib-s to manage the police of
London. Therefore, Mr. Ru8SU is
precluded frcm obtaining the snpport
ot the opposition. Cheers and
laughter. 1 am told thai this motion
was introduced in order to interrupt
the regular proceedings of the House
f cheer, and intervene between the
llouas and the speech cf Mr, Cham
berliin. Chee ri and criea ot "Ko!"
and a general uproar It seemj
strange that the strong filling just
manifested did not explode on pre
vious nights, but baa been carefully
. pent up till occaf ion when Mr. Cham-
' berluirr iut;ndad to roaume the de
bate. Crme.ru and laiiRhter, in which
Mr. Caamherlain joined. It is a
great complinieut to Mr. Chamberlain,
1 tc cause it shows that the opposition
fear the effects of his ar.nment. In
I conclusion, Churchill taid: 'The
motion will not have a practical Ismis.
! jThe government refuses to discus, tbe
: ,potritBof Gen. Buller's appointment,
'and will have nothing more to do with
! tbe diecrneion." IGheers
' Sir William Vernon Harcourt
thought that the objection raited by
Lord Randolph Churchill came with
singularly bad grace from one who
had formerly been so much in the
liabitof arusing tbe practice of mov
fog an adjournment, and wbo bad so
jrtqneotly impeded the business of
the Hou89 by so doing. The speaker
Strongly objtc:ed to the tone and
Ipirit in which the appointment had
keen announced. It wai apparently
i$eant that Geo. Culler was going to
iialwith ar md rebels and to shoot
hem without a trial, Even if the
: icoolighters were murderers, such
i : Xtion was unjustifiable. Continuing,
;'g Baid (hat tbe reference to t-ir
a i arli a Warren was beside the mark,
cause that gentleman had no mili-i-y
authority whatever. The House
; )ght to kuov the exact relations be
aeen Gen. Buller and thecivil au
i 'Monties: it ought tJ knoar whether
r not Geu. Buiier was independent'
f the Chief Inspector of Constabu
lary. If the government assured
tbe Houm that the appointment
was not a pure.y military one the
opinions of ike opposition would be
materially modified. lie deprecated
the provocative attitude of the govern
ment on thia question, but he hoped
Mr. Russell would withdraw hia mo
tion. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Chief Sec
retary for Ireland, said he would
not have taken part in tbe discussion
but for the outrageous attacks upon
tbe character of an officer wbo was as
humane as be was brave. Gen. Buller
was selected because tho government
oeiievea tuat ne would act npngutiy,
constitutionally, jusily and humanely
fCheers.l The appointment was I
civil one and not a militarv one. Gen.
Buller would podhoss the power of a
divisional magistrate, enabling him to
do all t'.iat was necepsary to repress
crime and outrage. The Inspector
Ueneral ot the Gonttalmlury had t8;e
graphed that he would give Gen
Uuiler liia beattieft tuppoit. tun.
Buller wonld report only to the Chief
S-eeretary lor Iroiarid.
Mr. Russell's motion wa? finally re
jcied by a vote of 241 to 1W.
Charles Tbom;on Rrtcbia, President
of the Local Cioveroment Board, reply
ingtoan interrogatory by Sir John
Tubbock, Unionist, stated that tbe
committee appointed by ths govern
ment to examine into the raa'eur
method of inocu'atlon for the pre
vention of rabies, were fnllv satisfied
that ths French savant's treatment for
hydrophobia was effective. Mr. Ritchie
added that the government hoped
soon to have a full report from the
committee.
fcir J. Fargnson, Under Foreign 6e
retaiy, replying to Questions in regard
to tb government's attitude on ths
doting of Batoum by Russia, said the
government did rot intend to carry
tbe case beyond tbe position taken by
tho Karl of Rjsebery, ex-Foreign
Minister, in his dispatch to M. do
Guts, Ruesian Minister for Foreiiin
Affairs, nod which waa made nublic
on the L'Oth instant.
Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Chief Sec
retary for Ireland, replying to the
question asked by Mr. William Rsd
mond (I'arnellite) concerning the
eviction of sixty tenants from the
Marquis of Ely's estate at Wexford on
the 23d iDs'aut, said the persons evict
ed were laborers and artisaus, aod not
farmers ; that they bad obtained houses
in the town, but that the local league
compelled them to leave and go to the
workhoneo Conservative cheers.
Mr. Harrington said the league tuat
did that was a local league, and not
the Irish National Leagne.
Tbe Rt. Hon. Edward Stanhope,
Colonial Secretary, announced that
the government hoped to open an em
igration bureau during next October.
Tbey did not. be said, intenJ to pro
mote emigration, but simply to cir
culate information of the kind most
desirable for poor people thinking of
going abroad to know.
Sir J. E. Gorat, Under Secretary for
India, stated tnat the loss of life
caused by the breaking of the Irra
widy r.ver'a embankment in Man
delay, Burnish, wa only twenty-live.
No Europeans had been drowued.
Those rendered destitute by tbe flood
were being supplied gratuitously with
food, but there were not many appli
cant? for charity. The Under Secre
tory also announced that 103 miles of
the projected railway between Ran
goon, India and Manda'ay, had
already been constructed. The whole
length of the read will be 410 mi'es.
Tronlite in the l'nrnrll famii.
Di-nuw, August 20. The Lxprm
(Ccnaervaiive) says that serious
trouble is brewing' In tbe I'arnellite
camp. The dangor ris;8, the E.rprm
says, from the threatening attitude of
a man who once was deep in the
serretsof the 'Tarnellite Conclave,"
nnu E!s former associates "are now
considering tho question whether he
can be silenced."
COBLNm. MISS.
The Hob. John H. Allen ludorird
for Congrrm.
IcoiRiai-oNrnsca or ths arrtja.l
Coins, Mifs, Auguet Co. The
Democracy of Alvrn connty met In
mas convention tr.dar and selacted
Congressional delegates t J the conveu
t'on at letRrkvllle, next taoulh. The
Hon. John M. Allen, onr present
Congressman, was nnaniinouMr in
dorsed. Whether the prohibition
wing of the Democracy deiirej to in
dorse him, we know no', but it iB a
fact that tbey opposed every uio'.i'n
that Alton's friend's made. Allen
will receive in Alcorn county a c ol
thonsjnd majority, prohibition or no
Erohlbit.cn. A loom county has eet
er foot down very heavy todav upon
prohibition, as the majority of Demo
crat in this conntv desire to keep the
party free fioui Radical St. John uud
his emiaairies. corhickmda.
lueMllftird Center Dinnaler.
CoLriturs, 0., August 20. The D:b-
pateh special reports the only victima
oi ttie wreec at Miliord Center aro
Chaa. rhillips, night policeman at that
place, and Sam Landon, of Marvsville,
Assistant Sergeant-at Arms of the
Ohio House. The coroner finds that
tbe pasasnger train airbrakes failed to
work and the train was going at the
rae oi thirty milts per hour, while
the freight train was going eight miles
per hour. The fireman of the passen
ger train jumped from the window of
the cab and wag bally injared about
tho head.
The Victim of the Ronton furring
DliMKi,
BnnoN, Mass , August 20. Mr.
Perkins, the victim of yesterday's car
riage accident at Wmdeor. Vt.. wns
Charles Callahan Berkino, a well
known reeideut of this c.tv. He
graduated from Harvard in 1M.1, and
then studied muslo and paiiitinijin
Italy for ten years. Ho had been
president of the Handel aud llavdn
Society, a membir tf the School
Board, the Massarhueetts Historicd
Soeiuty aud the lrs:itut cf France.
Mr. Perkins was prominent in the in
troduction of music in the public
schools.
(inlet on tbe Urnml Bnnka.
GLorcssTBB, Mass., August 20.
Peveiai veeBels from the Georges and
the Grand Banks arrived thia morn
ing and report that on August 23d
they encountered a gale of great en
ergy. The gale is reported to have
been the worst that has swept over tbe
banks for years and it is feared tLat,
much damage was done and many
lives lo3t;
Bell Telephone Ataoclallon.
St. Lous, Ma, August 20 The
National Bell Telephone Association
will lio'd its annual meeting hire,
commtneing September 7th. One
hundred and twe&ty-uve regulsr dele
gates will bo present, and a good dejl
of very important besine's W!ll come
btfoie tho convention.
Threaten to B(rlke.
Nkw okk, August 20 The lorg
shorcmeo thresteu a strike if the
striking boatmen's demand a;e no
met on or be!ore Tuetdny next.
3EEMTHIS DAILY APPEAIi FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1886.
OlRWISDIXGrO-UETFER
SOMETHING ABOUT EADS' SUIP
RAILWAY SCHEIE.
The Navy Conscience Fund Appoint
ment Clerk Hlgglna-The Friends
o.f the Indians.
IcnRKKSPOXDaxrs or tbi irrmL I
WASimtGion, August 21. Congrees
failed to pass the bill recognizing
C'apt. K vis's gigantic ship railway
scheme altbougu a strong lobby was
active in Washington all winter.
This intsreet alone is said to be ''suffi
ciently strong with trie administration
to prevent tvar with Mexico, lis in
fluence is all for peace. It was n
pleasant sight last July to see the gal
lant Captain escorting the President's
pretty wife around the Capitol and
explaining to her the wonders of his
line model of a ship railway on exhib
ition in the baaement undor the House
ot Rjpresenta'ives.
l'Qe Government of Mexico baa
made Important concessions heretofore
granted to the Tehuantepec ship rail
way. Mex'co guarantees tbe net rev
enue of this company to the extent of
$1,250,000 per annum for fifteen yearn
after the completion of the road, and
gives tbe company the right to ask for
additional gu ranteee from other gov
ernments to the extent of f 2,000,000
per ennnm, or a total of 3,75O,0O0,
being 4 per cent on JB3,O00,0O0. Other
guaranteeing governments may have
a rebate oi 2o per cent on their com
merce for thirty years, and a repre
sentation of two-ninths in tbe board
of directors. The company has the
right to establish coaling stations and
to import coal free of duty, to furnish
ships in transit, and also tbe r'ght to
collect all tolls, except from Mexican
commerce, in gold, a uifference in favor
of ths company of about 18 per cent.
There are several other minor con
cessions granted, such as tho right to
establish two towboa'. lines inde
pendent of taxation, and to collect
harbor dues. It la a great scheme.
Tbe United States consular agents
in Jersey and Guernsey, England, re
port that no direct sblpmenis ot Ulian
uel itland cattle have been made this
year to the United States. The officers
of the Royal Agricultural Society, of
Jeraey, state that the American, which
'hree years ago forced up the price of
Jerieycattle to an unprecedented price,
has now totally subsided, and that fine
cattle, can now be bought at a reduc
tion of 7 per cent, from former prices
Native Channel island cattle can now
be obtained at prices lower than have
been known for years.
A yrar ago the Navy Department
received $5 from a Boston man, as a
contribution to tbe Conscience fund,
and Secretary Whitney forthwith
caused an account to be opened on
the .books with conscience. J he fund
hasnotswelledcir.ee that t'uie, and
none of our war ships are roirsmg.
Appointment C.erk lliggin, of the
Treasury Department, has rntnrned
from his summer vacation much in
v'gorated by a thres weeks' rest. His
ollics is quiet aud not overrun by
office seekers, as ot old. The wicked
htetern mugwumps once deoomlna'ed
him a cacademon. because bis panto
mimic decapitations, by drawing his
finger acroes his throat, disturbed tbe
sleep of the offensive partisan. Hig
gins is now known for his tranquil
pudency, because his synchronal
evzygy with Assistant Secretary tair
claim is estaonsued.
At a recent meeting of the National
Indian Dcfenee AsEoclat'ou held here
the;llon. A. J. Willard was elected
attorney for the association and in
structed to entr at once upon the
work of hia office. Dr. T. A. Bland
was elected gencr)! agent of the asso
ciation. The association aleo author-
htd the leasing of a large room at 1425
New York avenue for use aa perma
nent headquarters. The association
has done much effectual work, but it
is now prepared for still more effective
effort in behalf of the rights of the red
meu. Is was not s'orted as a theoret
ical cr sentimental organization, but
for the purpo?e of doing practical work
in line with a sound and juot policy.
This is required by the constitution,
articles 1 and 2 ol which read aa fol
lows :
The objects thill be to defend the
aborigines of this country in the on
joyment of the rights common to
humanity, and such rights aa are
guaranteed to them by tho laws of
the United States and by tbe treaties
and agreements made by them.
The objcts cf the association shall
fce; effected by eulightening the gen
eral public and puu io officials in re
gards to the rights to tbe Indians, and
in defending their rights before Con
grets, the executive departments and
the court.
There Is one Cabinet officer who does
not long remain away from work. It
has always been the frshion to style
Secteta'y Lnmar a dreamer, bnt it is
evident that even if he does believe
there is a time to dream, he under
stands that there is also time to re
frain from dreaming. So far from
hearing complaints of inattention aud
nnbusincM like methoJs on the pait
cf the Secretary, which were so con
fidently predicted when his appoint
ment was announced, all authorities
agree that Mr. Lunar is a model of an
executive officer in point of industry,
regularity, decision and cepatity for
turning oil' work.
The present administration has ap
pointed thirty-nine agents for the In
dians, including three officers of the
army aes'gned to duty as agen's until
proper civilians can be found to fill
tt'eir p'nops.
Prot. Chs. Ludwfg Von Seeger
Prnfrttor cf .V-if?rw nt Ktvnl t7ntrertVfy
AA( of JtV'tf Austrian Ordtr fA iron
Owmj A wftt tjommandtr iff t Koval .Shi
iaij Onfer Jtabtllit; Ktighl tt Ote Koyal
frtmii Onicr . Iht Hni .!, CAmlMr
of thi Lttivn at Honor, i're, Ale., layt:
LIEDie VO.1t COCA BEEF TOXIC
llioulJ trot t ponfrnadad wilh th hordi
of trhr eire-ll. It ia In no lent ot tho
word a pntont rtintdy. I am thoroughly
punvrrit with lu mod ol preparation,
and know It to ba not only a Ugitlmat ihar
maraiitirtl produot. bat alio worthy of tha
hiih commandationi It hat roeeWed In all
rarti ot tha world It eontalna eniooi ol
Boef, Coda, Quinine. Iron and Caltaaya,
whiob ara diolved In rura eanuina San
iblinirlal Crown Hharry."
rtivalnalila to all who ara Ron Down, Ner
vous, Dyieptio, liUiuus, Malarioua or af
IlioieJ wilh waak kidueyi. uewnre ol
Initiation.;
Her Hajeatr'a Favorite CoameUc
Uljcertne.
t'trii tv Bf Roval nijitun lt Prinrtuot
Wain and tha nobility. For tha Skin. Oom
I'leitnn, EiuiillonK, Chat'iiiun, Kouihnaai,
t OO. 01 druljriHI.
I.IEBiU 'CO.' nnlt S)rn ot
Krrlllrt in u:irnUcd aa tha bait
Stirt. uirille in the murKpt.
X. JDrliot, as Jtl KK.IT tSTKEET
SPECIAL
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r tnmnl i.l.lm,Ai'inur rhniiiatn. It. I'ricc'g
txlrnct-s vaiUlia, M-QiuU, tic., uuvur actictuusij.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CCK Chleerp and St Late
RELIEF!
Forty Yean a Sufferer from
Catarrh!
WONDERFUL TO RELATE I
"FOR FORTY YEARS I have baan a vls
tim to CATARRH three-fourthi of tha time
a intTerer from EXCKUC1AT1NU FA1JNB
ACROSS MY KOKEHKAD AND MY NOS
TRILS. Tha diichargei were o otTenriva
that 1 heiltato to mention it, except lor tha
good it may do tome other luSerer. I have
upent a yonng fortune from my earning!
during my forty yeara of tufferingto obtain
relief from the doctor!. I have tried patent
medlclnei every one 1 could learn ot iroin
. v . . r . l . l
loe lour curnari ui iuv earva wua ou reiioi.
And AT LAST (57 yeitri of age) have met
with a remedy that has cured me entirely
made ma a new man. I weighed 128 rounds,
and now weieh 14. I ued thirteen bottlea
of the medicine, and tha only regret I have
in, that being in tha humble walki of lile I
may not have influence to prevail on all ca
tarrh iufiereri to uia what hai cared me
Gulnn's Honeer Blood Renewer.
"HENRY CHj:VI8,
" No. 267 Besond Krelt, Macoa, tie."
"Mr. Henry Chirai. the writer of tha
above, formerly of Crawford county, now of
.iacon, ua., mantt tna conadonoe ot an in
terested in catarrh. W. A. HUFF,
"Ex-Mayor of Maoon."
A NI Pr.KB
FLESH PRODUCER & TONIC
Gulnn'g rioneer Illood ICeuewer.
Curei all Blood and Skin Eiteaias, Rhenma
tlsm, ticrolula, Old Borci. A perfect Spring
Medicine.
If not In yonr market, it.will be forwarded
onreoeil'tof prioa. Small bottles, 81, large,
II 75.
nay oa Blood and Ekin Dlieaiea mailed
free.
MACOA MEDICINE fOXMHT,
Mae ou, Ueorcla.
f EXTRACT
ACID IRON EARTH
I an aqneoue eolation of tbe eol.
nble matter In a mineral carta
found In Choctaw connty, Ala.,
near the famona flladnn mineral
(prinffi. Thlaeaith had irreat lo
cal celebrity as " Hogert' i:artl,"
from the name of the dlacovcrer
ot the) bed or mine, now owned by
the Acid Iron Earth Company, of
Stabile, Ala.
For Uyapepala.all derangeraenla
of tho Dtg-eatire Organe and tho
I.trer, akin Dlaeaaee, Cnle, Ilnrna,
calda and Brnlaee, ACID IKOK
EARTH la a eperillc. Ilhcuma
(lain and other chronic dlceAaea
Tleld to Its curative power with'
as fall.
Entirety tree from Alcohol or an drug whit-
ver, ACID IRON EARTH fully deiervel the
word! embraced In lit trademark, "RATURI'I
pwit REMEDY," lea free pamphlet, to ba
had of all Drugglid.
At Wholesale hj Van Vleet & Cr
aV0n account of other engngemcntt re
quiring my entire penonal attention, Ilhnve
ooncludod to quit tho mercantile rart oi my
ueinoni, and nuw (for my antiro itock of
OEXEBAL MERCHANDISE
for tale. Will rent or leaie to purchaner,
desired, my two-itory Iron-front building
containing itock, on renronable terma. Ani
one wishing to go into bniinem enn tecure a
bargain by calling oa UF.W. LAKE,
JulyS. lSt. flRKXADA. M?i.
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SyermatoffThe n0 Im potency,
KithirfMU rMif-tt in youtt it ft civ
M-nrrwr r otbti 'tut, anj iirlu, in ttlDf d " tr.
r-tB( f N'ri'Uo- rminal Krciatljfi r.'Mtai
n ammi), DiuintM of I'lfdl, l;rUTf lea , T
r a1l)wT Viiuv:iob Fee l'.w to Scwiei e'finit a
.nr.uk. Pt :JrM, lti o tfml P."iv aV,rUUiA
rrinp atnitwi r or unhi-M. nn brutl;e nt- r-rr
intli urd. KYPHlL IS P"" lf tun "
Wrf- " "li'J tram 0 ju-a) GoUOIThcfc.
GLtET Sirtrton Orekltlt frn a fv.i'',
i.Jo;ter frlvatt U qui! It fortl
U iiaHf-avldaot ibat hi ucikn wbt rk uMH
rtiil elaH of dlitavwi atil trttvliu iVaaatiJf !.
illy, nrquirti grMl iktla. fhrtHTiiB kuvrtoi'hlj ftc' t.Vs
frniiatnd trwtii to m far Wlirt . leLi
'ill III ft If rV ITM.taai.til. tt(ttt)r mlaVJ
oJ fl ry Kiktl ax iprM luyrfs
Cnrei OnraDted In tdl Caa
t .Miauiuaiuua MrtxBa.; tt b VM tr
' PRIVAT1 COUNSELOR
O mW nfa, moI anf ( fvrtff tV., f ik-TT
'Sn- Knovad b tt rJ). idlrvu iV
lffM rt tnm A. M. r, U. U-1 ts, U a -
OU EAPESTEiClJnSI03i
ETKR KNOWN,
TO ALL POINTS IN ARKANSAS AND
TEXAS, via Metnphia and Little Keck
Hailroad, with double daily connectioni
Augnat iT, 2H and 'th. Tlckoti good thirty
days. 6toi-over pririlese will he allowed,
going and oomlng. Arrangement! have been
made with the Fart Smith road running apeo
Ul trains to connect with both our trains
Through coaches to Fort Smith and through
ileeper to Kurek bpringi, Uot Sirinns,
Ark., included in these ecursion rates. For
books, mapi and filler s of Arkansai and
Tcias, mailed free, and all other informa
tion in reference to excursion by writing to
J. II. FU AN KLIN', Passenger Agent, Jlem-
I'his, renn.
Rl'lRiLl'H FINK, General Manager, Mem
phis, Ttnn.
W. K. SrrroN. Pa-s'r Ast., Corinth. Mln.
D. MiLLFK, Oeneral Paseemrer Agent, Lit
tle Hock. Ark.
Train leave at 5:M a.m., and 4;20 p.m. '
U W w aAMarl;ajWaW ".
iijlis City Hre kmm
a n
OIB A QESEKAIi FIBS
TQUAnTER OF A MILUON'DOLLARS FULLPAIO CJIPITAI
OlBee 19 Hadlgon ttreet, MecxphiMj Teiiij
TEE
PETERS & SAWEIE C(L
ai. jysiis, President.
IW. U. t. SAWRIK,
(nrceaaora to
MAXCF ACTUIiEKS OF
IK
30 33 ami 40
iffleiiuiagni
r TIL JNO. K. SPBBP, J. p. PBTBR3, ftKO. ARNOLD, T7. P. r. SAWRtB.
WOQDHOFF
tltlantBwniarket,
uatat
Kletaatly.
Carriages
Buggies,
MAIN STREET,
erfThornto3
mm
Cotton Factors, VhoIesale Grocers.
JaTo. SOP Front street, Memphia. Team.
M. 0. PEARCS.
ffeC.Fearce&Cop
Cotton Factors & Commission tlerch'ts,
Wo. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TESTS'.
Cotton vVarohonafwWaa. 88 aaM, Union Btroea
SLEDGE BEOS., of Conw, Miss, F.
COTTON
Mos. S56 and 358 Front Street Memphiii Tenn.
r. m. AL8T9H
M. W. VBOWELL,
Al
f.
TO
And Corsmlwloii Merchant. Hay, Cora Oats, Bra, Chop Feed, Ofl-Xeal,
. iLlm. Wmen, riuler, BkUiIIak tad Fire Brick, Etc
Cor, Front and Union, 1
HILL, FONTAINE S. CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SSG-303 Front St., Slemphla. Tenjcu
HILL. FONTilElOO.
Cotton Factors. Commission erchanb,
Ho. 11C South Haiti St., St. lrnl.
Manufacturer of Alabama Lime,
AND DEALER IN
KKWTHl PIPK. FORTLAKD CEJUFWT,
JXFK LIMN, IJOSEDALK EMKNT.
WISSFEY TOPS, LOUISVILLE CKMEAT,
I-AWN TASKS, . PL AST Kit PAUIN,
TILE, EI liE CLAY, lIAIIt aad FIKE BRICK, EU.
32 FROBTT STRECT. MEMPHIS TEWTT. f;
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
WHOLESALE
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
No. S03 Main Street, GajaM Block.
376-378sW0-S82-384-3SG Second
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring,
arnnldliir.tlj.tha. rl.r
J. A. BAILEY.
Ui iii u am sal Kb vuip
3P ILa TIT 33 13
3SO Second Street, Memphis.
A
T BfW Vt COMPT,FTfl STOCK OF
MateriaUImpi
n aM
I
ASJt AtAIUHft. ZCtTSWUJ
I. F. PETERS. Vloe-Preiidoni.
EeoretaryandTreaeurei. rraila01"
VrtcwulA Itiiwrie.l
THE "1IAU0LIA BBASD"
Jeflerson Sire!.
)
with a mil
itew and
Flatehed
Saddlery,
Harness.
i t MEMPHIS. TEWy.
JOHN L. MoCLKLiAH.
M. NORFLEET, BealdeatFartaer.
FACTORS,
a. w. tomlin:
WM, BKNJE8,
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Mala St., Memphis.
nir.. i. n t ,
vuoi iuuuuoujcuw in ui,d ougaies
of our own make, at t; Top tuies of
uur gwa maae, hi Siii. All wore war
ranted. Call before yon buy.
r fJavlng diimied of onr entire itook of
vernciei ana ttie nanuraoturing depart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN A BEKJKS, we
beiiietk for them a oontinuanoe of tie
patronage to lonceitended tool.
WOODRUFF-OMVER
CARRIAOE A HARDWARE COMPAKT.
H. H. MACBT.
a flMVEB
m Utfi I M A I
CEOWELL & CO
Howard's Row, Memphis.
street, south ot Gayoso.
Ceiling, Siding, Shingling
Pwf ami :
. K. WITT.
3"M
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PLCMRKR3, OA3 AND STK AM FITTERS
St0n. Pi,.., Uat Fixtura.. Glob. Eto
EDUCATIONAL.
Cliristian Brothers''
College,
SS3 ADAM ST., MEMPHIS.
BTL'trES KESUKED
MONDAY, SEPT 6,1886.
. Fof Board, Xaition, etc., lea eatalogoe, or
1I' BROTHER MAURELIAy.PrtiiJent.
Clara Comvay InstltutCa
M ILL KEOPEX
Monday, October 4, 1888
Enrollment Last Term, 322.
A SCHOOL for the derolni'inent of vigor
ou, thougblu1. oul.lf votnnnhood.
Tbii result ia reached hr breadth an J
thorougbneia of initructinn una the awakeo
ing of patient, earnest endeavor. A new
and commodioni boarding d'i'ariment b
juat been completed.
, Tbe department of dreaa mating and mil
linery it added for the first time.
in tbe abtence of tho l'rioriinl. who it in
Europe fir the ummer, cat il.igaea will be
furni.hed on application to Mri. E. P. Mor
ton, 223 Adama atreet, or tiior will ba found
at any of the city book atory.
St. Agnes Female Academy,
HEHPHIR, TEW.
THIS Inatitation ia delinhtfully titnated
in a retired and healthy part of the city
of Memphia, commanding the advantage ol
town and country. The entire anrrounding
breathe an air of peaceful aeolunion. which
aver eierta to powerful an influence over the
moral, phyiictl and intollectuHl Hie. Tbe -conree
of atudy embracoi the rarioua
brancbea of a eolld and uselul education.
In the regular Engliah courro, tha pupila on -entering
are- ranked according to their pro
ficiency in Orthography, Grammar and Arith
metic. Particular attention if given to Sa
cred and Profane Iliatory. Rhetorio and
fompoaiiion. Latin and French, enter into
tha regular oourae. A portion ol time ia al
lowed to each pupil for Plain and Ornamen
tal Needlework, r-hell. Flnwera, etc. Terms, .
per Seaaion, payable half-yemly. invariably
in advance. For boar-1 and tuition in all
brancbea taught in tho hiliet achools
Plain tew in i. Marking, etc , B:J, Kedding,
Stationery and Wanhing, f Km and SI -5. ac
cording to the age or claea of tha pupil.
Special terms when teveral members ot the
aama lamily attend tbe acbool. No allow
ance la made for partial absence or with
drawal before tha eipiration of tha te m, ex
cept in caaea of lerioun or protracted illness.
Extras Herman, Italian, etc., each 812;
Muaio on Piano and use of instrument, SJO:
Drawing and Water Colore, Jlf. Oil Paint
ing. D"J0: Embroidery and Orn hoc ental Work.
flO; liae of Library, 12: Vocal Musioin class.
8S; Private Lesaona, 115. Hoard per raonlb
auring vacation, n spent ai ttie Acnuemy,
washing, etc, 115. Medicine and physician's
fees will form extra charges Terms for day
pupils, 03, (4, to or 16 per month. For fur
ther particular! apply to tbe
I;AU1 BtifEttlUK.
THE STATE FEMALE mi.T.FUK
WILL reopen Sept. 13. m. Located in
.. a healthful and deliglitlul inburb. ao-
oeasible by car lines to and from all parts oi
city. Instruction thorough, and according
.v .u. wvBi .piiruvBii euucaviooai meinoas.
Superior and trained apooialista in tbe va-
Hnn. n.l..Mm.nt. .1 VI .... I ... C I J-
. "-,'' ..luoiui am. C.1UI.-U11UU
rrimary xeacning.
ror iurtner p.rticu'ars apply te
MISSilOLUIE it. MARS1I IL, Pr'n.,
Momrihis, Tern
lIonkliiHtille Ilich feiobool.
THE fourteenth achnla'tio year of this well
established, limited, select school for
boys and ynngmen will begin MONDAY.
August 30, 18Sii. Instruction is given in a
full course of Enghfli, Latin. Greek. Ger
man. Hiirher Mathematics and QookkeenihAr.
Tborougn teachingaud strict uisciiiline chor
acteriie the scDool.
Terras for tension of 40 Weeks Tuition,
fi'ifl; Tuition and Board, !225. Boarding pu
pils are requirad to board in the family of the.
Principal. For further information address
J. U. rr.KKgii.ii. ilopkinavtlle, Ky.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
t.iiiuKii m., i iituiniJi,
Tb 31t Aunnnl HctHlnn Opens Sep
iruiocr ia, isisa.
For catalogue or snecinl information, id.
ply to liellevue O., Va.
W. R. AHBOT, Principal,,
TkH. IVAK'N NEMI.X'AItY.
" Nnshvlll, Toiiii. Ttsol Southern
Home for Girls. S"0 Gil la this year. A nnn-
eecturian school. Patroniied by men of lib
eral minds in all churches. Unsurpassed ia
Musio, Ait and Langunges. For Catalogue
ditress asst. w. wau,
Georgetown College, D. C.
IHK ACADkMIO AMIS DCIKXTIFIC
h 1IMLS open September 9, ltifjti. Apply
to Prnnirtent of the Co IcffO.
THE ItlUOIIL OF M.ltlt'ISF, opens
Kept. 20, lSSn. Appty to rrot, j. v . m.
Loveioy, M.D., UUO 12th street, M. W.,
WmHins-ton. U. C.
TUG S HOL F LAW opens on the
First vednesday in Ootober. Apply to
ts'iml. M. y.atman, Sec'y, corner otu and
If. streets, N. W.. VV,hingt in.D, C.
JAME3 A. POONAS. H. J., Pres't.
Deshler Female Institute
BsarillnK and liny hotl fur Twnuar
Lndlesi, xnscouinta, Aiiinmi.
A OTH ANNUAL SKSS'ON opens Wednes
1 day. Sent. 1, 188. Full Faculty of ex
perienced and accomplished teachers. Char
tered Institution. First-class in all its ap
pointments. Board, including fuel and
lights, tuition in entire Literary Depart
ment, emhruoring Ancient and Modern Lan
frnnfi.ff. with Music, will bo furnished the
entire year for fJ'O in advance i the above.
witn ivrt, ao. vaiaioguea, coiiimmug iuji
particulars, sent on application.
a. a. tiiuuaaui. A.m., rnnoipai.
MF.niVAL ErABTMKNT
Tulane Uni versit y of Louisiana.
IFormerly, 1847-18S4, the University of
Louisiana
ITS advantages for practical instrnotlon In
diseases ot the Southwest are unrivaled,
as the law seoures it eupernhumlant materi
ul. r.Am 1h vr.nt f!hnrilr flnsnital with ita
700 beda, and 20,000 patients annually. Stu
dents nave no nosp rai-ioes Ui pay ana
tn.f,n.itinn i. H.i I v iriven at the bedside
of the sick, ai in no other institution. For
catalogue or tntnrmation, aaarea
Prof. e. ci. t;ilAlL,L,c, m. v., man,
P. 0. Drawer gril. Now Orleans, La.
SOMERVILLE INSTITUTE.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of high grade for
Boys and Girls. English Course, Latin,
Greek, Musio and Art thoroughly taught;.
look-keeping also, novs nrteu ior oonege.
or catalogues address tbe Principal,
R. F. CHEW, Komcrville, Tenn.
St Mary's School,
Ha. 333 Poplar Street,
HEM Fill. I t I TENSE8SEJB
A BOARDING and Day School for loungr
Ladies and Children, under the charge
or the bilteri ol St. Mary,- ot me angina
Church. Number of puiuls limited to 100.
Next achool term begins Kf pl-nihr a9rm.
HalRLOTELEAf'
For Boyi and Young Men . Send for catalogne
JOHN R. SAMPSON. A.M., Principal.
KKV. KDHAK wutma, fn. u-. asaociatg-
KOTBE SAME ot MAUI LAND,
ColleglaU Inititate for Tonng Ladles ani
Preparatory School lor a.mie Wlrla, EM-
UU,r.V., tnrea.muea inim """""
Mil, Conducted by the bisceri of Notre-
ime. Send for catalogue.
Memphis Female Seminary.
MBS. KMM A C. lltEER, PrlBclpal.
THE FALL SESSION WILL BBG1X
wepteaaker SO, 1h6.
Best educational advantages afforded to pu
pils. Location 7 Linden street.
, i .,.v
VANDtltlllLl LnlViSlvSiiA
Seven Distinot Departments : AeademlOr
Engineering, Biblical.aw. Pharmacy.
Medical, Dental. Free tuition to atu-
enss In Theology and Manual lacauoioi..
Catalogue aent free on application to ay
WILLIAMS, Peiro'arT. N.stiville. lenn.
For Sale
R
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$o. Wltf a nna oreeuer -
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handsome ana wen iwr
Mm
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dine, ms. eeconu "'.".T" rf"
.ch.;..0b..bt.r
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Fourth Dam-i'ansy oth, No. oS, by Patter-
H
F.
son
'Khshss per cent, blond Champion of
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merica,aire iut...- , Vn;. ;
ER8 has 25 per cent, blood Aldina, lire 5
iws m 14 lb. list. , . , .
K.RS h V2M percent, blood Hub, sire 5
MY
cows In 14 1b. lilt. . . . . .
MYERS hai 12H per etit. blood Lnony
Belle, dam 8 cowa in i. m.
Sold to avoid in-breeding. --
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